- Publisher: OneZero
- Editor: Yasmin Tayag
- Published: March 16, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has made clear that we need new strategies to contain contagious illnesses and respond to natural disasters and the fallout from war. As advanced as our medicine and communications have become, the infrastructure we apply to address these outbreaks remains stubbornly rudimentary — from building makeshift structures to buying motels and everything in between. Please check out my article published in OneZero on March 16, 2020, which resurrects an idea that surfaced 100 years ago in response to the tuberculosis pandemic.
Many thanks to Yasmin Tayag, OneZero‘s Science Editor.